This film was last shown on 27 April 2017
Dubbed ‘The Voice of Britain’ by fans, Nottingham based DIY rock
duo The Sleaford Mods are laced with punchy working class nihilism and a
bitterness toward modern Britain that they don’t shy away from shouting about
in their brutally honest tracks. This documentary debut from Christine Franz captures the heart of their
uprising in a two-year journey from bedroom sessions to becoming a rock’n’roll
sensation dubbed ‘Britain’s angriest band’ by The Guardian, stampeding into the
music business on their own terms.
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